Philippe Bradley-Schmieg’s practice covers a range of commercial, regulatory and intellectual property matters affecting the IT, e-health, internet media and telecoms sectors, often with a multi-jurisdictional scope. He advises on intellectual property, compliance and policy matters such as online consumer rights, liability for third party content, patent, copyright and database right licensing, privacy and data protection, medical confidentiality, cybersecurity, data breach responses, and law enforcement data disclosure. Mr. Bradley-Schmieg advises on UK, EU and international law, and has worked in London and Brussels.
This article was originally published on our sister blog InsidePrivacy May 2015 saw a number of developments in the EU mHealth sector worthy of a brief mention. The European Commission announced that it would work on new guidance for mHealth apps, despite the European Data Protection Supervisor and British Standards Institution publishing their own just … Continue Reading
This post originally appeared on our sister blog, Covington eHealth. The European Commission has finally published its summary of 211 responses to its mobile health (“mHealth”) consultation. The summary and original responses to the consultation have been made available on the Commission’s website at https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/news/summary-report-public-consultation-green-paper-mobile-health… Continue Reading
This post originally appeared on our sister blog, InsideMedicalDevices. The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has launched an informal survey of current practices relating to the use of data-enabled medical devices and apps. The short and anonymous survey explores whether organisations have put in place specific policies and procedures, asset registers, IT security requirements for … Continue Reading
The health sector handles substantial quantities of personal information, including information that is deemed to be “sensitive” under European data protection regimes. For that reason, health care providers sometimes question their ability to take advantage of increasingly popular e-health cloud services. While EU lawmakers are contemplating a “European Privacy Seal” – which could, if done … Continue Reading